Each week brings more calls for another round of federal aid for public education. If more money comes—and it should—some of it needs to be deployed differently than it was with the CARES Act.
That’s not to say the CARES act wasn’t a success. It was. The early dollars enabled districts to stand up a makeshift version of pandemic schooling—with digital devices and training for remote instruction, or plexiglass and air purification for modified in-person classes. Alongside these investments, tireless educators in thousands of districts across the country pivoted to keep millions of students learning.
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